Update On Keeping You & Your Family Safe

We want you to know that God loves you, we love you, and we are here to serve you and help you and your family out in any way possible during this difficult time.

During this time out of an abundance of caution and support for our church/community, we want you to know that we are taking extra precautionary measures to ensure your safety as well as the safety of your family.

As an added safety measure we are currently using a sanitary fog machine to clean all areas of our church facilities on the first and third week of each month. The sanitary measures are safe for everyone and helps to ensure the safety of our family members.

While we cannot guarantee a 100% virus free facility we still want you to know that we are taking as many precautionary measures as possible to keep you and your loved ones safe for in-person worship experiences.

FAQ About The Safety Of In-Person Worship

All of our facilities are thoroughly cleaned each week by a professional cleaning company.

We also on the first and third week of each month use a sanitation fog machine to ensure that all areas get an extra dose of sanitation. While we cannot guarantee a 100% virus free facility we are taking as many precautions as possible to ensure the safety of you and your family.

We also have mask and sanitizer stationed throughout our facilities and strongly encourage use during your visit.
Doors will open 15 minutes prior to services beginning. So, you may arrive at 9 a.m. for Sunday School or 10:15 for Worship Service.
Worship Service
No, although we strongly encourage you to take whatever steps necessary to feel safe and protected. If you don't feel safe to return yet, we invite you to continue worshiping online until you feel safe to return.

Children's Church
Yes, our children as well as the adults who help are required to wear masks.

Sunday School
Children ages 4 through 5th grade as well as the adult teachers are required to wear masks.

All other ages...No, although we strongly encourage you to take whatever steps necessary to feel safe and protected.
You are always welcome to reach out to our pastors by emailing: preacher.pardue42@gmail.com, timothyroten1@gmail.com, stonerob278@aol.com or calling us at 336.973.8131. We will happily answer any questions you have!

Of course if you do not feel comfortable attending in-person we completely understand and want you to know that you can watch any of our services live or view them later at your convenience. You can see our online schedule below as well as a link to our Messages page that will get you to the live links of your choice.

Weekend Services
SUNDAY
Sunday School 9:15 AM
Worship Service 10:30 AM

Wednesday Services
6:30 PM

To view our services online at the times listed above just click the link below!

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    We want to minister to you and care for your needs. If you have a prayer request you can click the button below to fill out your request. Or if you need to speak to someone concerning your request or if you need care, call us at (336) 973-8131.

here is How you can respond

Prayer

Here at GVBC we believe that prayer changes things. One of the greatest privileges a believer has is to lift others up in prayer. During this time we can be praying for the salvation of others…to find the Hope of Jesus during a time when it seems as all hope is lost. We can also be praying for the healing of those affected, for medical staff and also the staff of GVBC as we try to help minister during this time. We also are committed to praying for you.

INcrease our generosity

God’s people don’t shrink from difficult times, instead, we react in faith believing that God uses our increased generosity to meet needs and shine a light of hope into the darkness people around us are experiencing.

Ways to Give

One of the biggest ways you can help is to automate your giving. Set up recurring giving so that no matter how often we are able to gather, God’s work can continue. To give please click the donate button below and scroll down to the Online Giving portion and click the PayPal donate button to securely give online.




We can also look for ways to step out and bless the people around us:

  • Who is anxious? 
  • Who is directly affected by these events?
  • Is there anyone in your world who can’t travel home?
  • Lost their regular work?